World’s Smallest Bluetooth Headset Concept – Pillete

Wanna go crazy? Wanna talk to yourself? Here is what you exactly need. The smallest Bluetooth headset; Pillete. Pillete, Matthias Lange’s newest concept of Bluetooth headset is so tiny; it’s almost invisible to the untrained eye when you are wearing it. This tiny pill-sized headset rocks a high-performance microphone and twistable design for awesome voice-quality in a super-cool and unique form factor. So you don’t have to worry anymore about looking like Transformers when walking down the street with it, but you may have to consider the possibility of people starting to think you’ve lost your mind and you’re talking to yourself.

Pillete Smallest Bluetooth Headset

It is really an unbelievably amazing concept, when headsets shrink down to the size of a pill! Pillete boasts to be the world’s smallest Bluetooth headset so far.  Capsulated in a form factor that is almost the size of a pill, featuring high performance microphone and at the same time maintaining optimal voice quality with a twistable design, Pillete is certainly one of those gadgets capable of making heads turn (ohh well, even if the eyes on those heads may not be able to see Pillete). This almost invisible Bluetooth headset is turned on when folded in to an ‘L’ shaped ear-bud and returns to the off mode when made straight. Would it be imprudent if I call it “pure genius”?

The downside, of course, is the fact that people have different sized ears and the device might be too small and slip out or too big and not fit. People who often use earphones will tell you I’m right. But once they’ll figure out a way to make the Pillete adjustable, this design will be the future of all headsets, as I would imagine. The other imaginable problem is having a super-tiny headset and making sure that you don’t lose track of it – which is actually a pretty cool problem to have.

Though in terms of design and technology it has a long way to go and do a lot of improvements before it attains mass production, Pillete is certainly one of those technology marvels that make you say Wow!

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